The Supreme Court Has Raised Teaching Standards For Special Needs Students

Posted on March 27, 2017, Updated March 27, 2017Categories Featured   Leave a comment on The Supreme Court Has Raised Teaching Standards For Special Needs Students

The Supreme Court has unanimously raised education standards for students with disabilities around the United States. The 8-0 decision further specified teaching requirements, stating that a child’s “educational program must be appropriately ambitious in light of his circumstances” and “every child should have the chance to meet challenging objectives” whether they are learning in or out of regular education classrooms, The Washington Post reports. The case began in a lower court, when parents of a child with autism and attention … Continue reading “The Supreme Court Has Raised Teaching Standards For Special Needs Students”

Decentralizing The Cloud: What You Should Know About Fog Computing

Posted on March 27, 2017, Updated November 4, 2019Categories Featured   Leave a comment on Decentralizing The Cloud: What You Should Know About Fog Computing

Championed by corporate giants like Google and Amazon, cloud computing has revolutionized digital storage and access over the past decade. A Forbes study revealed that 55% of companies experienced heightened productivity after switching to a cloud hosting service. With this benefit, among others, the trend has caught on. The global market for cloud service equipment is expected to reach $79.1 billion by 2018. Suddenly, the cloud is spreading. The term “fog computing,” or edge computing, was coined by Cisco in … Continue reading “Decentralizing The Cloud: What You Should Know About Fog Computing”

Elderly Health Jeopardized if Republican Healthcare Bill is Approved

Posted on March 22, 2017Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Elderly Health Jeopardized if Republican Healthcare Bill is Approved

There were 35.7 million people without healthcare insurance in the U.S. in 2014, but if Republicans pass a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, that number could rise to 52 million by 2026. The proposed bill is called the American Health Care Act and it will allow insurance companies to charge older adults up to five times more than younger generations. This will lead to disastrously high rates for older Americans with lower incomes who retire early — an … Continue reading “Elderly Health Jeopardized if Republican Healthcare Bill is Approved”